Projects and companies seeking to promote Charlene's Project, or fundraise are encouraged to use the Charlene's Project logo on their websites, brochures, packaging, and elsewhere. You may not use the logo or its likeness as a company logo or for any other commercial purpose without permission from Charlene's Project.
In order to reduce misuse and retain trust in the logo, any group or individual undertaking fundraising for Charlene's Project is asked to get prior written permission before use.
In general, we want the logo to be used as widely as possible to promote Charlene's Project. Derivative versions of the Charlene's Project logo are generally prohibited, as they dilute Charlene's Project brand identity. However, please contact us via email if you have any questions.
Short Term Mission Report
Avoiding the sapling and the elephant: A case study from Uganda of the impact of short-term teams on participants and host communities written by David Barr
Jiggers are blood sucking parasites that affect people living in unhygienic dusty environments and sharing accommodation with domestic animals. To avert this from happening to children, BAU acquired training resources from Charlene Project to sensitise the teachers and Parents on how to avoid infection not only of jiggers but also other communicable diseases.
Would you like to introduce your young people / pupils to Charlene and the project she started?
We have created a one hour session which you can adapt, aimed at secondary school pupils which involves games, videos, Q&A and discussion time.
Objective: The aim of the session is to use Charlene's life as an example to get young people thinking about the legacy they are creating. It also focuses on how to face obstacles which we often think would hold us back from achieving anything in life.
Preparation needed: About 30 mins to download videos, insert them into ppt, print off session notes and gather resources.
Length: Complete run through with only one video is around 60minutes, however with the other two videos the session lasts around 1hr 10mins.